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Stay Green To Plant Trees At Deaf Dog Ranch

More than half a dozen Stay Green Inc. managers and executives will plant donated trees at AngelDogs Foundation Deaf Dog Ranch in Acton on Thursday, Oct. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The generous donation will provide shelter and comfort to the rescue’s dogs, according to Stay Green president and chief executive officer Chris Angelo.

Santa Clarita Young Adult Dies Of Alleged Heroin Overdose

By: Andrew Delgado

An alleged heroin overdose may have claimed another life of a young adult in the Santa Clarita Valley, as Carlie Renee Coulter, 22, was found dead in an apartment Wednesday morning.

Man, Ruled Insane, Pleads Guilty To Dec. 2010 Crime Spree

A 31-year-old Chatsworth man pleaded guilty Friday to multiple felony charges including assault, carjacking, assault on a peace officer and kidnapping in connection with a string of crimes that started with the stabbing of his mother in December 2010.

Work Schedule SR-138 Widening Project In Pearblossom

By Leon Worden, SCVNEWS.com

[Caltrans] – The California Department of Transportation will work on SR-138 daily Monday, Oct. 15, through Friday, Oct. 19.  In Segment 5 (Little Rock), from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., between 77th Street East and 82nd Street East  and 85th  Street East to 87th Street East, the work will take place in the center of the road way.  In Segment 12 (Llano), from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., between 165th Street East and 190th Street East, the work will take place on the shoulder of the of the highway.

Hart Grad, 22, Dies From Apparent Heroin Overdose

By Stephen K. Peeples

A 22-year-old Newhall woman died Wednesday morning of an apparent drug overdose, according to a coroner’s report.Carlie Renee Coulter

SCV Deputies On Lookout For Assault Suspect

By Carol Rock

Deputies are asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect who assaulted a passenger on a Santa Clarita TransitBernhardt Darko bus Oct. 5.

Action Family Counseling Holds Conference After Alleged Heroin Overdose

By: Kyle Jellings

Action held an emotional press conference at its headquarters on Thursday following the death of 22-year-old Carlie Renee Coulter from an apparent heroin overdose.

Cary Quashen, founder of Action Family Counseling and Action Parent-Teen Support Group, sent a clear message that enough is enough.

Santa Clarita's Unsung Hero - Tom Cristi

 

Craig Goodman (Left), Tom Cristi (Center), Fred Arnold (Right)Tom Cristi, owner of Santa Clarita Lanes, opened his center to the public here in the Santa Clarita Valley to create a family entertainment center for all ages to enjoy. With great food, bowling and a newly opened Watch and Wager center for horseracing, Cristi houses a golden gem for all schools, teams and groups of all kinds to raise money through fundraisers. Bowl-a-thons have been the most successful fundraiser Cristi has hosted at Santa Clarita Lanes and is a great, fun way to raise money for any event.

“The price that we charge is our way of giving back to the program,” said Cristi. “We charge half of the usual cost which is a great deal for those coming in while supporting the fundraiser itself. People don’t realize how effective a bowling fundraiser is across the board.”

Cristi has been a long time supporter of the year long events supporting the Bowlers to Veterans Link. BVL was created in the early 1940’s as a sports organization devoted to providing therapeutic and recreational therapy for our veterans. As of today thanks to people like Cristi, more than 500 active duty units have a portable carpet bowling lane at their disposal where they can step away from the stress of service and have fun with their comrades.

Brown Declares Domestic Violence Awareness Day

Proclamation from Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., Oct. 10, 2012: